hepatitis healing with curcuma xanthorrhiza, temulawak untuk hepatitis, pasti sembuh

Healing hepatitis with curcuma xanthorrhiza roxb

Curcuma Xanthorrhiza work as a hepatoprotector, with good bed rest , balance diet calories and nutrients , hepatitis can reduce in few days.(drliza)

Hepatitis dengan temulawak

Hepatitis dapat diobati dengan temulawak, dengan bed rest yang cukup, dan diet cukup kalori dan cukup gizi, kurangi makanan yang digoreng dan berlemak, insyaAllah hepatitis akan sembuh dalam beberapa hari

Hepatitis Viral

Viral hepatitis is a group of viral infections involving the liver.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS: fever, malaise, fatique, nausea, jaundice, dark urine, headache vomiting

CAUSES:

  •Viral infection
•Infection may be caused by multiple, different viruses.
•Maximum infectivity occurs 2 weeks before the appearance of jaundice.
•Transmitted sexually, by blood or its products, or during pregnancy.
SCOPE:

  •Hepatitis A virus (HAV): 50% of people over age 49 have been exposed; HAV is found in 25% of cases of acute hepatitis.
•Hepatitis B virus (HBV): About 200,000 persons are infected annually. There are more than 500,000 carriers of HBV.
•Hepatitis C virus (HCV): HCV is becoming the most common cause of acute and chronic viral hepatitis; 150,000 persons are infected annually.
RISK FACTORS:

  •Health care workers/other occupational risks
•Dialysis
•Recipients of blood and/or blood products
•Intravenous (IV) drug users; individuals with tattoos
•Sexually active homosexual males
•Household exposure
•Unprotected sex
•Needle stick
•Organ transplantation

WHAT THE DOCTOR LOOKS FOR:

  •The doctor will perform a physical examination to identify the signs and symptoms of viral hepatitis.
•Other causes of similar symptoms include Infectious mononucleosis, drug or alcohol abuse, and other liver disorders.
TESTS AND PROCEDURES:

  •Blood tests
•Tests may be done to identify virus.
•A sample of liver tissue may be obtained for laboratory analysis.
•Ultrasound may be used to assist with diagnosis.

GENERAL MEASURES:

  •Viral hepatitis is usually managed on an outpatient basis.
•Hospitalization may be required.
•Segregation advisable for food handlers or health care workers.
•Acute cases must be reported to public health department.
•Liver transplantation may be necessary.
ACTIVITY:

As tolerated
DIET:

Adequate calories; balanced nutrition
COMMONLY PRESCRIBED DRUGS:

  •Interferon, ribavirin (Virazole)
•Amantadine (Symmetrel)
•Steroids
PRECAUTIONS:

Bleeding disorders, immune system disorders, seizures, pregnancy, fertile age group, lactation.
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PATIENT MONITORING:

  •The doctor should be seen as often as necessary.
•Blood tests will be periodically repeated.
•Biopsy of liver may need to be repeated in chronic cases.
•Monitoring for metabolic complications
PREVENTION/AVOIDANCE:

  •Use safe sex practices.
•Don’t share needles.
•Practice good sanitation habits.
•It is currently recommended that all individuals receive vaccination against HBV.
•Vaccination against HAV is recommended for some individuals, including travelers, sewage workers, military personnel, day-care staff and children, homosexual men, and food handlers.
COMPLICATIONS:

  •Interferon, ribavirin (Virazole)
•Amantadine (Symmetrel)
•Steroids
WHAT TO EXPECT:

  •The outcome varies depending on the virus causing hepatitis.
•Severity of liver disease is a good indicator of outcome.
•May progress to chronic disease
(source from Dambro)

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